It’s Saturday and protests throughout the city are continuing into the weekend. Check the weather and read up on how to stay safe while protesting.
8 p.m. citywide curfew still in effect.
10 a.m. Frederick Douglass Statue 110th & Central Park West – March
11 a.m. FDR South by Corlears Hook Park – March down FDR
11 a.m. 52 Broadway United Federation of Teachers Building – March
11 a.m. Columbus Circle – Rally & March
12 p.m. East River Park Amphitheater – March
1 p.m. National Black Theater – March
1 p.m. Union Square – Protest
2 p.m. Washington Square Park – March
3 p.m. E 34th & 5th – March
6 p.m. East Meadow Central Park – White Coats For Black Lives Protest
6:30 p.m. Washington Square Park – protest
ALL DAY Clintonville St. Overpass
9 a.m. ROCKAWAY Paddle Out at Beach 109th St.
11 A.M. Gantry State Park – Protest
1 p.m. Archbishop Molloy High School – Protest
1 p.m. 65th St. & Broadway Woodside – March
1:45 p.m. MacDonald Park on Queens Blvd – Protest
4 p.m. Queens College Kissena Blvd – Protest
6 p.m. Court Square Court House – Silent Vigil
12 P.M. Grand Army Plaza March to City Hall
3 p.m. Grand Army Plaza – Protest
4 p.m. 360 Adams St. (Supreme Court Building) – Protest
9 a.m. Ewen Park Basketball Courts – March to Van Cortlandt
11 a.m. Van Cortlandt Parade Ground – Sit In
1 p.m. Pelham Bay Park – Protest
7 p.m. McCarren Park – Vigil
1 P.M. 202 Bay St.
Cover photo taken by Megan Burney.
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